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Lisa Ann Abramson (Alter)

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sylvan Richard Alter and Private User
Wife of Private User
Mother of Private User and Private User
Sister of Private User; Nancy Ellen Graff and Private User

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About Lisa Ann Abramson

There are a lot of things I could write about myself in here but, for today, I think I want to post the poem shared by Rina Yaacovi, our cousin in Israel. Our tree has grown so much in the space of this year and I think it will be important to post this again. I don't know of a place to post it where everyone will read it...so I hope you visit my page. Over winter/spring/summer/fall break, maybe some will

scan-in old photos,

take and post new photos,

interview others for more information while we can and

gain a better understanding of the real value of this beautiful legacy we're creating.

Thank you's to my mom, Glenda Lauterstein Alter and her cousin, Rina Lauterstein Yaacovi for digging into the genealogy of our families and getting it all started ...at least for our side.

STRANGERS IN THE BOX

Come, look with me inside this drawer,

In this box I've often seen,

At the pictures, black and white,

Faces proud, still, serene.

I wish I knew the people,

These strangers in the box,

Their names and all their memories

Are lost among my socks.

I wonder what their lives were like,

How did they spend their days?

What about their special times?

I'll never know their ways.

If only someone had taken the time

To tell who, what, where, or when,

These faces of my heritage

Woud come to life again.

Could this become the fate

Of the pictures we take today?

The faces and the memories

Someday to be passed away?

Make time to save your stories,

Seize the opportunity when it knocks

Or someday you and yours could be

The strangers in the box.

© 1997 by Pamela A. Harazim

shared by Rina Yaacovi (granddaughter of Elias Lauterstein)